THE YOUTHS OF MGBALA AGWA CALL ON GOVERNOR UZODINMA TO INTERVENE OVER DIBIAGWU’S SUPPRESSION. He should face House of Representatives and leave our community alone, they say.
Youths clamour As Mgbala Agwa sets to boil again over contract racketeering.
Dibiagwu does not want the people of Mgbala Agwa Autonomous Community to breathe. He is choking us with his booths on our neck. He should allow us to breathe and not suffocate us.
The documents above are part of the reasons they want to kill us – part of the reasons Dibiagwu insists Ezembi must remain as the PG of our community regardless of our interests. This is because he has economic interests in our community. He wants to do our local content jobs at the detriment of our own people, and we are saying no. No doubt, Dibiagwu is not the only person with these recommendation letters. Many other contractors have them, and that is how they connived to sell our local content jobs. We have the letters in our possession. 90% of those doing local content jobs in Mgbala Agwa Autonomous Community are strangers, including the ones who got a fencing job.
THE YOUTHS OF MGBALA AGWA CALL ON GOVERNOR UZODINMA TO INTERVENE OVER DIBIAGWU’S SUPPRESSION
Ezembi signed an agreement with the contractor handling the Sterling electricity project to pay him N50M. The project has stalled, yet Dibiagwu wants us to turn a blind eye. Those asking questions about the status of the electricity project should know where to direct their questions to.
They have planned to stage a counter protest today, but this charade must stop. We cannot have Dibiagwu dictate who becomes our PG, who becomes our Councillor, Youth Leader, or Eze. Our Eze had agreed that the PG should be removed and replaced with his choice candidate. The whole brouhaha is that Eze’s choice of PG did not fly, and he found a kindred spirit in Dibiagwu.
Dibiagwu removed PGs in Izombe and other places during the election but insists our non-performing PG should not be removed. Dibiagwu does not decide for Mgbala what happens.
He should face House of Representatives and leave our community alone.
Credit: Godwin Ekwem